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Speaker: Adis Jugo ...

Speaker: Adis Jugo

SharePoint 2013 has brought us the whole new set of tools for developing mobile apps, which are based on SharePoint data. This session will concentrate on developing apps for Windows Phone devices, using completely new SharePoint 2013 mobility API. Possibilities for developing Apps for other devices, using SharePoint 2013 REST API, will also be demonstrated and explained.

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    Developing SharePoint-powered mobile apps Developing SharePoint-powered mobile apps Presentation Transcript

    • SHAREPOINT-POWERED MOBILEAPPS PLANB.ADIS JUGO,SHAREPOINT AND PROJECT CONFERENCE ADRIATICSZAGREB, 11/28/2012
    • sponsors
    • SharePoint and mobile applications – shorthistoryNew opportunities with SharePoint 2013Coding the Janjetina-App
    • anyone remembers…?
    • anyone know her?
    • SharePoint in 2011…• 125 millions licenses sold• The collaboration platform in the world• Most relevant corporate data stored in SharePoint or leveraged through it
    • the challenge• Data stored in SharePoint• Data consumed everywhere• User friendly, tailored to devices• Permissions and security
    • the response
    • the alternative
    • a potential solution• Development of mobile apps that leverage SharePoint data• Process-centric apps, focusing on information and increasing productivity
    • how did we do it yesterday?• Actually, we don’t, but if we do, then…• …direct access to the lists • CSOM (ASP.NET) • SPServices • OData
    • and with sharepoint 2013?• Windows Phone 7.5 – SP Mobility API • Windows Phone SDK 7.1 with 7.1.1. update • SharePoint SDK for Windows Phone 7.1. • Two new VS 2010 Templates:• Windows Store Apps • CSOM and/or REST • HttpClient• Rest • REST – HTML5 or native apps
    • FIND THE JANJETINA!
    • Use case / rough architecture Bing maps Data SP MOBILE API APP PNS
    • But before we start, please pay attention on the thumb- shine!JANJETINA ALERT
    • push notifications and sharepoint Microsoft.SharePoint.Client. PushNotificationSubscriber
    • 41E1D4BF-B1A2-47F7-AB80-D5D6CBBA3092 PhonePNSubscriber
    • 3. Form registers with registration APIwhich writes information in subscriptionlist in the Site Subscription Store The subscription (List in the Site) list in the site is provisioned as part of a feature 1. Get URI 2. Return URI App 4. When an app event is fired, the app looks up the subscription list in 5. PNS notifies the PNS app and calls the notification API for all phone phones that need to be notified
    • ROAD TO JANJETINA!
    • <Field Type=Geolocation‘….
    • non-wp devices Windows iPad/iPho HTML5/ 8 ne jQuery Blackberr Android y
    • METRO-JANJETINA!
    • recapitulation
    • questions?ADISJUGO.COM@ADISJUGO
    • thank you.SHAREPOINT AND PROJECT CONFERENCE ADRIATICSZAGREB, 11/28/2012